Some corrections and additions to the Complete Peerage: Volume 12, Part 2: Winchester (PROPOSED CORRECTIONS)


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Volume 12, part 2, page 746, 747:
He [Saher de Quency (d. 1190)] m., in 1162, Asceline, widow of Geoffrey DE WATERVILLE (or WATEVILLE), sister and coh. of William PEVEREL, of Bourn, co. Cambridge (who d. on Crusade, 1147-48), da. of Robert PEVEREL, of the same, by his wife Adelicia.(a) She d. before him.(b)
Page 747, note a:
For William Peverel's 4 sisters and coheirs and the division between them of the Honor of Bourn see Clay, Early Yorks Charters, vol. ix, pp. 52-53, and ante, vol. x, pp. 332-33, sub PECCHE (of Bourn).
Note b:
In 1190 her da. Asceline de Wateville, mother of Robert de Torpel, owed 60m. for seisin of the lands of her mother, who was wife of Saher de Quency (Pipe Roll, 2 Ric. I, p. 29; 4 Ric. I, p. 261; cf. Farrer, Feudal Cambridgeshire, p. 160).

According to K.S.B. Keats-Rohan [Domesday Descendants, pp. 652, 1067 (2002)], Asceline's father normally occurs as Pagan (Payn) Peverel, but is called Robert in one charter of his son William printed by Dugdale [citing Monasticon Anglicanum, vol. 2, p. 601]. Keats-Rohan places her marriage to Saher de Quency in 1163.